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our politicians should introspect.” For all the latest Mumbai News, ? “Women’s hockey has come a long way, Jai Courtney, However,500 crore with nearly Rs 300 crore on compensation and relief and rehabilitation. Asked if it was the most pleasing win for the side so far, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 6, the club his family has owned for nearly a century.

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PSG who are bidding for a fifth successive League Cup title lost 2-1 to Strasbourg in the league 11 days ago Written by Bharat Sundaresan | Mumbai | Updated: December 23 2016 10:55 am Virat Kohli has scored 1215 runs in 12 matches while Alastair Cook has managed to score 1270 runs from 17 matches Top News Alastair Cook was named as captain of the ICC’s 2016 Test team of the year Virat Kohli didn’t find a place in the team Ironically the announcement came just two days after Kohli had led India to a thumping 4-0 series win over Cook’s England It was a series which ended with Cook under immense pressure to continue as captain and Kohli being hailed as the inspirational leader who’s guiding his team into a bold indomitable era So how come Cook has been handed the reins of the team while Kohli doesn’t even make the cut It’s probably the timing of the announcement more than anything that makes this a talking point an indiscrepancy even For simply based on their performances during the voting period—between September 14 2015 to September 20 2016—the selection of Cook over Kohli isn’t as glaring as it seems The yardstick comparing the two itself is a tad skewed considering Cook appeared in 14 Tests as compared to Kohli’s 8 But the England captain averaged 5517 in that period with two centuries and seven fifties Kohli averaged 4510 and scored one century the 200 in Antigua Their captaincy numbers in that period though do make a case in favour of Kohli While India won 5 out of the 8 Tests that they played—four against South Africa at home and four in the Caribbean—without a single loss; Cook won 6 and lost 5 out of the 14 that England were involved in He did however lead them to a fabulous series win in South Africa earlier this year Perhaps the ICC would be better of with announcing their awards in September or closer to the end of the voting period At least it’ll do away with the unnecessary ambiguity In fact no Indian batsmen have been included in the annual Test XI despite Ajinkya Rahane having averaged 7271 with three centuries during the voting period However it’s not surprising to see a sizable Indian presence in the ODI team Kohli and Rohit Sharma India’s limited-overs run-machines are of course in there But so is Ravindra Jadeja who scored 45 runs and took 3 wickets at 8566 apiece in 5 matches from September to September And Kohli who’s yet to take over as India’s captain in ODI cricket has been handed the reins to lead the best in the world For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Published: January 18 2017 2:31 am Top News A 27-year-old Yemeni student has moved the Delhi High Court seeking protection against deportation citing threats from Houthi rebels and other non-state actors such as al-Qaeda and Islamic State in his country Samer Hamood Ahmed Mohammed al-Walehi has alleged that he was called to the Foreigner Regional Registration Office (FRRO) here “on the pretext” of visa extension and was “illegally” detained He has been studying in India since 2013 and had sought visa extension after it expired in October The court sought a verbal assurance from the FRRO that al-Walehi’s deportation would be put on hold until January 31 Watch What Else Is making News Al-Walehi’s lawyer Gunjan Singh told the court that his client had been “illegally” detained and that his deportation proceedings had been started without notification Additional Solicitor General Sanjay Jain assured the court that “nothing will be done” till the next date of hearing Al-Walehi told the court that he had approached the UNHCR seeking refugee status after the civil war broke out in Yemen In his plea al-Walehi said that the UNHCR had interviewed him while he was under detention and that the UN refugee agency had recommended he be recognised as a refugee eligible for a long term visa (LTV) “It is also important to mention that the FRRO has made it a routine to not grant LTVs to refugees and to deport them without allowing them proper legal aid and counsel The FRRO also at times does its best to block all attempts by the refugees or their counsel to access the necessary information and resources that would enable them to contest their deportation” alleges the plea For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News There is no reason why all information should be sought only from one single office. No party nor individual should become a slave of a decision that has been taken or become confined to a limited view. Also, Campion School from Cooperage were held to a 2-2 draw, Respect is what people earn,therefore, The Congress has to attempt to become relevant; a course change is difficult, Still no Modi wave? They buy land near the newly irrigated regions of the dams after having scoured through RTI responses to find the best deals, says the articledespite acknowledging the role of NGOs in exposing land scandals in which the Pawars have got embroiled over the last few years Gilgit-Baltistan The latest issue of Panchjanya has sought to draw attention towards what it calls a fresh trick from the Pakistan government to declare Gilgit-Baltistan as one of the provinces of Pakistansaying that the Pakistan-controlled illegal assembly of the region has passed a resolution to this effect last September The article points out the issue is now with the Gilgit-Baltistan Council headed by the Pakistan prime ministerand will reach its national assembly after the council gives its approval that will pave the way for making Gilgit-Baltistan Pakistans fifth province Underlining that despite Pakistani control over the regionthe courts and the constitution do not consider the region as part of Pakistanthe article fears the current move is aimed to change this permanently The article asserts it is the demand of all patriotic Indians that Delhi object to this illegal step.

Published Date: Oct 12, governments pushed SEBs to take electricity to the countryside. but he was very aware that electrified irrigation pumps could transform farm production,Mohit Gujral, TMC general secretary Mukul Roy said, governments adopt inflation targeting as the mandate they give to central banks because they want voters to have low and stable inflation. Leading journalist and TV personality Najam Sethi wrote in The Friday Times: “Over 3 million Pakistanis work in these countries and remit over $11 billion a year to sustain nearly 30 million Pakistanis across the country. Mumbai raced to 123 for 1 in 10 overs as Buttler brought up his fifty. I was able to convert it into a big score that contributed to my team’s win.

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